Akira Hiramoto wrote and illustrated the manga series Prison School (Japanese:, Hepburn: Purizun Sukru)[a]. From February 2011 to December 2017, it ran as a serial in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine. In North America, the manga was licensed by Yen Press for English distribution. From July to September 2015, Tsutomu Mizushima directed a 12-episode anime television series adaptation of the manga. From October to December 2015, a live-action drama series was broadcast on television.
Hachimitsu Academy, one of Tokyo’s most stringent girls’ academies, has chosen to accept guys. Kiyoshi Fujino is one of the new lads, but he and his four friends—Takehito “Gakuto” Morokuzu, Shingo Wakamoto, Jouji “Joe” Nezu, and Reiji “Andre” Andou—discover to their surprise that they are the only male students amid 1,000 girls. Even minor violations are punishable by a term in the school’s prison, thanks to the draconian statutes still in effect. With the lecherous mentality of “all for one, one for all,” the five lads all commit to voyeurism in the school’s swimming pool. The five lads are given an ultimatum after their “arrest” by the Underground Student Council: spend a month in the school’s Prison Block or be expelled. The guys are all confined in the same Prison Block, and Kiyoshi is taken aback when he learns that all of the other lads are masochists who like their handsome but cruel supervisors’ punishments.
Fujino Kiyoshi (, Fujino Kiyoshi) is a Japanese actor.
Taishi Nakagawa Portrayed Him
Kiyoshi was a fellow student in Shingo’s middle school. When he befriends Chiyo, who he develops affection for, he is the first boy at Hachimitsu Academy to make touch with a girl. He comes up with the most successful strategies when he’s at the end of his rope, despite the fact that he’s not particularly brilliant. He becomes a regular target of Hana while in prison due to his embarrassing mishaps. He is the only one of the five youngsters who has been imprisoned more than once thus far. He becomes an ally to Mari, who is also a prisoner when the ASC takes control and he is imprisoned for the second time.
Takehito Morokuzu (, Takehito Morokuzu) is a Japanese actor who is most known for his role as Takehito Morokuzu in the movie Takehito Morokuzu
Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese) and Eric Vale (English) provide the voices for the characters (English)
Tokyo Emoto played him.
He is the bespectacled boy in the group, and he goes by the nickname “Gakuto.” He grew up in the same middle school as Joe and has an intense interest in the Three Kingdoms. He speaks in a very old-fashioned manner and is somewhat quirky, referring to himself as “yours truly” in the third person. Meiko regularly abuses him when he is incarcerated. Despite his perverted behavior, he is shown to be a brilliant strategist who adopts techniques from famous generals from The Three Kingdoms or other historical conflicts – a skill that has shown to be quite effective in the majority of their plans. Mitsuko is the woman he loves. Gakuto has quickly become a popular character in the series due to his strategic intelligence and willingness to give up all for his buddies. Wakamoto Shingo (, Wakamoto Shingo) is a Japanese actor.
Kenichi Suzumura (Japanese) and Clifford Chapin provided the voices for the characters (English)
Masato Yano plays the role.
Shingo is a delinquent blonde. Anzu, his love interest, is a pessimist to the core. He was a classmate of Kiyoshi in middle school. After Kiyoshi’s failed breakout attempt, he utterly disowns him and singles him out until he is tricked into breaking out by USC.
Jji Nezu (, Nezu Jji) is a character in the anime series Jji Nezu.
Daiki Miyagi plays the role.
Joe, the “misfit” of the five, is nicknamed “Joe” and has a natural interest in ants. He wears a hood over his head and has a frail frame. He has a bloody cough caused by a non-fatal form of severe stomatitis. Joe and Gakuto both went to the same elementary school. Sato is the woman he likes.
Is There Going to Be Another Season of Prison School? Date of Publication
The show’s producers have yet to decide whether to renew or terminate it. The manga, on the other hand, is still alive and flourishing. It averages 4500 buyers per volume, which does not seem well for the series.
Naoyuki Uchida, a mystery and horror novelist, asked Mizushima, the show’s director if there will be a second season in a tweet. In response, he stated that he would be willing to complete another installment. He did not, however, say whether or not the show would be renewed.
2nd Season Trailer for Prison School
Prison School Season 2 has yet to have a trailer. You’ll be able to see it below whenever it goes on the air. In the meantime, watch the Prison School Trailer below.
We can only hope that another season will be announced soon because there has been no news. We might get to see the show by 2021 if it gets renewed soon. However, no confirmation or information has been provided. When it comes to releasing dates, the producer and studio have a reputation for preserving secrets. We’ll probably learn more as time goes on.